The Financial Instrument Reference Data System (FIRDS) will go live on July 17, 2017.
The Resolve API will make it easier for users to search for and validate company information from a range of data sources.
To avoid falling foul of MiFID II's 'No LEI, No Trade' rule, Bloomberg will make LEIs available to clients via three mechanisms.
The NSD is the first organization in Russie to reach accredited Candidate LOU status, officials say.
The Derivatives Service Bureau will continue to roll out instruments onto the testing platform over the next month.
The vendors expect to conclude the deals before the end of the first quarter, officials say.
Kampman is already familiar with Graydon, having served on its supervisory board and audit committee since 2011.
Legal entity reference data service moves to Amazon Web Services
Users can send queries via GLEIF website
Broker dealer seeks to improve KYC processes
Asset manager to use hub for KYC data processing in Luxembourg
Adoption 'signals interest in financial services utilities'
Company integrates with DTCC data providers
Benefits are emerging from the efforts of four well-known service providers to launch KYC data facilities
Users can search millions of entities on company's database
NICE Actimize offers new due diligence suite to centralize customer data management
Regulatory reporting codes can now be linked to other unique identifiers
DTCC's Clarient Goes Live with Big Banks on Board
Companies develop client onboarding and data platform
Provider Launches Series of Web-Based APIs
FlowDesigner to Help Trace Shares
Data management solutions provider expands North American presence
Data Vendor, Open License Site Aim For Better Grasp of Risk Exposure
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